From KlezmerShack: Belf's Romanian Orchestra, aka "Rumynski Orkestr Belfa" aka "Rumanian Orchestra under the Direction of Kapellmeister V. Belf". About all we know about this is that they now appear to have been Ukrainian, and recorded some wonderfully florid klezmer tunes that continue to be prized. The 30-some sides also comprise the largest block of early recorded European Klezmer." Topics: klezmer, jews
The dynamic HOLLYWOOD KLEZMER performs traditional klezmer with a unique fusion of Middle Eastern, Sephardic, jazz and classical sounds. From TV shows Beverly Hills 90210, Party of Five, The Chabad Telethon and KCET s Annual Holiday Celebration, to the Hollywood Bowl's children's concerts and West Hollywood's Pacific Design Center, the ensemble thrills audiences of all ages. Each musician in the group is a star performer in his own right, plucked from the top Hollywood recording studios and... Topic: HOLLYWOOD KLEZMER
instrumental new Klazmer-Jazz played by "Dirty Fingers" (Germany) written by Werner Friebel Label: Magic Sound & Word / 2004 favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: klezmer, klezmer-jazz, meschugge, clarinet
The dynamic Brandeis-Bardin Klezmer Ensemble (also known as HOLLYWOOD KLEZMER) performs traditional klezmer with a unique fusion of Middle Eastern, Sephardic, jazz and classical sounds. From TV shows Beverly Hills 90210, Party of Five, The Chabad Telethon and KCET s Annual Holiday Celebration, to the Hollywood Bowl's children's concerts and West Hollywood's Pacific Design Center, the ensemble thrills audiences of all ages. Each musician in the group is a star performer in his own right, plucked... Topic: The BrandeisBardin Klezmer Ensemble HOLLYWOOD KLEZMER
01-Buffalo Surfin 02-Vincent Price is Right 03-Coelecanth 04-Shlmiel du Force 05-The Beating Channel 06-Kick in the Pupik 07-Sephardisaur 08-Shlmazl du Force 09-Ether Observation Monocle 10-Sparkle Motion 11-some banter at the end of the set Topics: surf, instrumental, klezmer
The Freilachmakers Klezmer String Band announces the release of their first CD, The Flower of Berezin. These vibrant, rough-edged, yet nuanced interpretations of klezmer standards, along with original compositions and Irish, Balkan and old-timey dance tunes, make this album a certain hit with klezmer and folk music aficionados. Founded in 1995, The Freilachmakers have brought their unique sound to many audiences in Northern California and Oregon. While in some ways reverting to an older... Topic: Freilachmakers Klezmer String Band
"JEWISH MUSIC'S MUCH BETTER THAN JEWISH WINE!" --as the Minnesota Klezmer Band sings on its new CD Bulka's Song. They explain: "We're not saying Jewish wine is bad. But, even if Jewish wine is the greatest wine in the world, Jewish music is still better." And that's all the excuse needed for "Bulka's Song," in which these extraordinary musicians draw on klezmer, jazz and classical traditions to create a compelling new Jewish music. But, you may ask, what kind of... Topic: Minnesota Klezmer Band, The
This is the Oy Mendele! episode from December 2004, when we were still on KALX. It features music historian Craig Harwood and myself walking through the sequence of a traditional Eastern European Jewish wedding, with music of then and now. It's worth listening to just to hear Craig say 'groovin' Topics: klezmer, wedding, jewish, yiddish, socalled
Nq is Nils Quak. Tanger at Night is a cloud of resampled klezmer, carefully worn down with environmental noise and room resonance. Artist Statement: "It's a two bar klezmer loop i found on a flexi disc. I made a couple of versions of it and automated their levels with a lorenz attractor driven lfo. the outcoming piece was played back into my appartment and recorded with a cheap iphone recording software over and over again, drowning the entire piece in ambient noise, room resonances and... Topics: nq, luvsound, klezmer, ambient, resonance
The Tummelers, an exuberant four-piece Klezmer ensemble from Baltimore, evokes the spirit of old world Klezmer music with an American accent. Klezmer music was the dance music heard at Jewish weddings and other celebrations in the small villages throughout Eastern Europe from as early as the 16th century. It is rooted in Gypsy, Rumanian, Hungarian, and Russian tunes. Klezmer has been called Jewish Jazz and Jewish soul music because of its distinct ornamentation, improvisation, and unusual... Topic: Baltimore Tummelers Klezmer Band, The
We visit with author, music critic, and Yidstock program director Seth Rogovoy to learn about Yidstock 2013 - from the opening concert with the Klezmer Conservatory Band to the Yidstock All-stars closing concert, as well as the workshop and talks that will take place at Yidstock 2013 (July 18-21 at the Yiddish Book Center). For more information and to purchase tickets yiddishbookcenter.org/yidstock Episode 63 May 21, 2013 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: Tune in!, Yidstock, Yidstock 2013, klezmer, Seth Rogovoy, Klezmer Conservatory Band, klezmer bands
Mark Rubin's (Bad Livers) Klezmer project, live on KUT 90.5fm's Eklektikos, June 2, 2004 Mark Rubin, string bass Neil Blumofe, vocals Ben Saffer, clarinet Mike Stinnet, sax Don Weeda, accordion 1. Second Ave. Square Dance 2. Doina - Hora - Khosidl - Frelach 3. Cantorial Suite 4. Dremen Feygl 5. Youth March 6. Terkisher 7. Lo Mir Freilachsein Topic: mark rubin, klezmer, austin, bad livers
"Yidishe instrumentale folks-muzik" a [provisional research agenda] brochure by Moyshe Beregovsky (Моисей Яковлевич Береговский), published by "Farlag fun der visnshaft-akademye fun U.S.S.R:, Kiev 1937 Topics: Моисей Яковлевич Береговский, בערעגאווסקי, Beregovsky, klezmer...
Joy to the World, a traditional Christian, Christmas tune, as performed by The Klezmonauts on their CD, Oy to the World — A Klezmer Christmas; Klezmer is the traditional musical style of the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe. This track is the third from the CD, and is offered as a free, downloadable sample (). Topics: Klezmonauts, Klezmer, Yiddish, Ashkenazi, Jews, Christmas
In this episode, Tiffany Shlain, the director of the film The Tribe joins us, along with co-writer Ken Goldberg, to discuss their film, which is dubbed 'an unorthodox, unauthorized history of the Jewish people and the Barbie doll...in about 15 minutes.' Abby Levine of Progressive Jewish Alliance talks about Wal-Mart and efforts to stop the execution of Stanley Tookie Williams, currently scheduled for December 13. Plus music by Abe Schwartz, Jamie Saft, Koby Israelite and The Fugs, and Vanessa... Topics: jewish, hebrew, shlain, goldberg, levine, klezmer
Доклад Е. В. Хаздан «Мифологизация звука в ашкеназской традиции». 25 сентября 2013, 16:00. Петербург. Российский институт истории искусств (Исаакиевская площадь, д. 5). Evgeniya Hazdan about mythologization of sound in Ashkenazic tradition. 25 September 2013, 06 PM. Saint-Petersburg, Russian institute of the history of arts (Isaakiyevskaya sq. 5). Topics: jews, ashkenazi, sound, music, klezmer, nign, music, sound, tradition, ashkenazi, rite, klezmer,...
Hankus Netsky, musician, folklorist, ethnomusicologist, and Chair of Contemporary Improvisation at the New England Conservatory in Boston, was interviewed by Nora Feinstein on July 8, 2010 at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. Hankus was born in 1955 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and grew up there in the middle-class Mt. Airy neighborhood. His father’s family immigrated from Podolia, Ukraine, and his mother’s family came from Kishinev in what is now Moldova. His father’s... Topics: Klezmer Conservatory Band, Jews of Philadelphia, Jews of Boston, Jewish Education, Brecht, Klezmer,...
Hankus Netsky tells us about his recent book, "Klezmer: Music and Community in Twentieth-Century Philadelphia," a portrait of the folk music and traditions of the city's Jewish community. A musical ethnographer and teacher, Netsky is a founder of the Klezmer Conservatory Band, which will play at Yidstock '16. Episode 0116 June 30, 2016 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: The Shmooze, Hankus Netsky, Lisa Newman, klezmer, Jewish musicians
Latvian-born author David Bezmozgis immigrated to Toronto at six years old with his family in 1980. He did his undegrad in English lit. at McGill, was named one of the top 20 writers under 40 by The New Yorker in 2010, directed a feature film, wrote the award-winning Natasha & Other Stories- a heart-wrenching, naughty and hysterical collection about Soviet Jews in the suburbs of Toronto, and was recently shortlisted for the Giller prize for his first novel which follows the Krasnansky's -... Topics: David Bezmozgis, Rotfront, Lhasa, De Amsterdam Klezmer Band